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John Reed Kilpatrick & Harry O. VoilerMax Baer vs James Braddock (June 13, 1935)

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Boxing. Championship. Max Baer vs James J. Braddock. Jun. 13, 1935. Madison Square Garden Bowl, Long Island City, Queens, New York, United States.
http://m-baer.narod.ru/index_en.htm



This movie is part of the collection: Sports Videos

Producer: John Reed Kilpatrick & Harry O. Voiler
Production Company: Madison Sq.Garden & Oliver Film
Audio/Visual: sound, black-and-white
Language: English
Keywords: boxing; max baer; livermore larupper; madcap maxie; james braddock; bulldog of bergen; cinderella man; championship


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Subject: Looking for rights
I'm interested in producing a "Friday Night on the Mat" show for our university's Public, Educational, and Government (PEG) channel. As the fights I'm seeing are not public domain, I need to secure rights to rebroadcast. Any idea where I can find out how to do that?


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